What can we say about 2020 so far, let's just put this way. It was quite an eventful year and we are still not done. An outcome though is we saw a strive from many initiatives to raise the bar even during what we can call it 'weird times'.
We have been posting a series of posts featuring graphic design and web design work that, in a way, brings back the 90s in terms of aesthetics and style. It’s hard to define that, it might vary from person to person. For me, while the 80s was all about neon, futuristic computer-generated images with chrome, unicorns running across a digital grid, and of course the RGB colors. The 90s is the complete destruction of the form. Typography is pushed to the limit of being even legible, forms are deformed and distorted. You also notice some effects like when the CMYK colors are printed with problems in the alignment, with color leaks, light leaks, textures, and dirt.
For this post, I would love to share some examples of this style. They are not from the 90s per se, however, they illustrate quite well what I just describe. Make sure to click on the link to visit the authors. Disclaimer, they are images I found on Pinterest.